Hi
What i have done so far is
JobList jobList = new JobList(as400);
while(e.hasMoreElements())
{
Job j = e.nextElement();
String str = j.getSubsystem();
if(str.trim().equalsIgnoreCase(subsystem.trim()))
{
System.out.println(j.getName());
}
}

I tried to add
jobList.addJobSelectionCriteria(JobList.SELECTION_PRIMARY_JOB_STATUS_ACTIVE,
Boolean.TRUE);

jobList.addJobSelectionCriteria(JobList.SELECTION_PRIMARY_JOB_STATUS_JOBQ,
Boolean.FALSE);

jobList.addJobSelectionCriteria(JobList.SELECTION_PRIMARY_JOB_STATUS_OUTQ,
Boolean.FALSE);

but id does not return any job
Any ideas how to filter the jobs


--- Ashish Kulkarni <kulkarni_ash1312@xxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

Hi
Is it possible to get all the active jobs under
QUSRWRK subsystem in Java program using JT400?

For example the AS400 command would be
WRKACTJOB SBS(QUSRWRK)
I would like an Array of all these jobs, so i can go
through them one by one and check the status of
these
jobs.

Ashish





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